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CommVault wins best enterprise storage array, Acronis takes midrange honor
This article is part of the Storage magazine issue of Vol. 9 Num. 4 June 2010
CommVault returned to the winner's circle in our Quality Awards for backup and recovery software for the fourth time as Acronis emerged as a new winner among midrange backup apps. CommVault Systems Inc.'s Simpana suite of data protection apps is beginning to look like the 1927 New York Yankees of enterprise backup and recovery software, with yet another impressive win in our Quality Awards service and reliability survey. Users gave the company's flagship product the highest scores in four of the five rating categories on our survey and put CommVault back into the winner's circle for the fourth time in the five rounds of our survey. "CommVault is hands-down the best software I've ever encountered," noted one very pleased respondent. Among midrange backup and recovery software products, the competition had been highlighted by a nearly as dominating performance by EMC Corp.'s Retrospect, which snagged top honors in three of our four previous surveys, including the last two. But Retrospect's run was snapped as the product failed to ...
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